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artmastered:

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Herbert Bayer, Chromatic Intersection, 1970, screenprint on paper, 75 x 75.2 cm, Tate Britain, London. Source

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Herbert Bayer, Chromatic Triangulation II, 1970, screenprint on paper, 75 x 75 cm, Tate Britain, London. Source

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Herbert Bayer, Chromatic Twist, 1970, screenprint on paper, 75.2 x 75.2 cm, Tate Britain, London. Source

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petermorwood:

tamorapierce:

humansofcolor:

thecraftychemist:

They are literally putting millions of people in danger.

Vaccinate your kids.  Don’t put other kids at risk.

I’m with John Cleese on this one: “The problem with people like this is that they’re so stupid they don’t know how stupid they are."  It’ll be children who will suffer the consequences of that stupidity.

The “vaccination is harmful” crap has been discredited, but continues yapping on because smug, self-satisfied theorists without the medical background to put on a band-aid right way up don’t have the wit to know they’re wrong or the moral courage to admit it.

Vaccinate your children. It’s not just for them.

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rustylazer:

DONE! :)))))))))))))

1976 Airstream, renovated by me and viscousvices

Damn that took forever.

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beccasbombshells:

September 20th! Mark you TV watching calendars! My Elvira/ Svengoolie art will appear in the mail segment of “The Black Cat” (the 1941 version with Basil Rathbone and Broderick Crawford) on Saturday, Sept. 20th on Me-TV (and will rerun in Chicago the following Saturday morning on WCIU)! Awesome. Life Goal Achieved. Word.

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sixpenceee:

Informal infographic depicting evolution 

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blueinkalchemy:

nintendonut1:

protomlad:

flyingcuttlefish:

atopfourthwall:

uvsiren:

Discworld

I really need to read/watch the Discworld stuff.

Discworld is a lot more important than people give it credit.

I keep saying it, and I’m gonna KEEP saying it

READ. DISCWORLD.

GESTURES WILDLY

This is one of my favorite exchanges in all of Pratchett’s works, and that’s saying something.

Seriously. Read Discworld.

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